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"This opportunity has been seven years in the making. We would not have this level of transformation in our youth without the ongoing support of our partners and investors"

- Shavonne Sams, Founder and CEO, Truly Valued.
 

[Summer Activities]  Dress for Mess at Arts A Blaze Summer Camp
Barbie Heit, barbie.heit@srqme.com

Every Friday in June and July from 8 am- 12 pm, young inspiring female artists ages 7 and up are invited to paint pottery and create arts and crafts masterpieces at Arts A Blaze, Lakewood Ranch's original pottery painting studio (located on Lakewood Main Street) serving the Sarasota-Bradenton-Lakewood Ranch area since April 2009.

With a ratio of two teachers to ten students, the camp is run by studio owner, Joann Kavanaugh, a Lakewood Ranch resident, parent and artist. The camp day includes themed projects, instruction and a snack. And while getting paint on clothing and hands can be lots of fun for the girls, Kavanaugh advises that the young artists dress for mess.

Summer is made for fun and at Arts A Blaze Studio, everyone is having fun, including the staff members. Instructor Mckenna White says, “This is the best job EVER!”

To learn more, visit www.artsablazestudio.com or email: info@artsablazestudio.com. 

[Sand Castles]  Master Sand Sculpting on Siesta Key
Laura Paquette, laura.paquette@srqme.com

Anyone strolling down Siesta Key during the Crystal Classic International Sand Sculpting Festival knows sand castles are anything but child’s play. Sand sculpting is an exciting art form that allows artists to channel their creativity while marveling at the natural wonders around them. With Learn to Build a Bigger Sand Castle classes by Mitch Guerrero, a professional sand sculptor, anyone can create their dream sand castle.

Guerrero, who hails from a family of artists, first learned about sand sculpting in 2015 from a passerby marveling at the sphinx he was building on the beach with his son. He began practicing his skills and participating in competitions. “When I was at a level where I could teach, I figured that I could pass on the art form to others. I’m a big family person, and I decided that this would be a great experience for families,” he says.

Since 2018, Guerrero has led sand sculpting classes on Siesta Key. Participants learn advanced techniques and don’t rely on buckets or other plastic molds to shape their structures. “Everything is hand carved. I teach students how to use tools and specific methods, like wet stacking, where they fill a bucket with water and sand to create supersaturated sand patties to carve. Students use finer tools to create overhangs and other features. With pencils, they draw in 3D details like doors and windows that pop off the castle and don’t look drawn onto the surface, and also work with paintbrushes to polish the castle and make it look like stone.” Lessons last two and a half hours, and while most participants opt for the classic castle project, more advanced return customers get to try their hands at other types of sculptures.

Even though sand castles, by their very nature, are fleeting, Guerrero takes advantage of modern 3D printing technology to preserve students’ creations. He captures the castle’s image and prints the model of the castle, a product called the Forever Sand Castle. A photo of the participants next to their real-life creations is pasted underneath the model. Students can add the Forever Sand Castle, which Guerrero ships to them, to their class package. “I hope I’m imparting some of my love for the art to these families,” he adds, “and so creating a core memory.”

Visit https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/907189?guests=1&adults=1&s=67&unique_share_id=a5f720ee-cd3f-4acb-af26-50b67681897c to book a class. Learn more about The Forever Sand Castle at theforeversandcastle.com. 

Channel your inner sculptor with Build a Bigger Sand Castle Classes on Siesta Key. Photo courtesy of Mitch Guerrero.

[Celebration]  Celebrate Global Wellness Day at The Resort at Longboat Key Club

The Opal Collection, a luxury hotel and resort collection, is proud to celebrate Global Wellness Day 2023 with free spa and wellness classes at eight select, resort spa destinations, including The Resort at Longboat Key Club. Global Wellness Day 2023 will take place on Saturday, June 10, 2023. As part of the celebration, Opal Collection will incorporate this year’s Global Wellness theme, #dancemagenta, into the classes, encouraging participants to express themselves through dance and movement, highlighting the importance of inclusive and accessible wellness practices for people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Other examples of complimentary on-property events include self-guided mediation, sound therapy, and wellness elixir bars. At The Resort at Longboat Key Club the following events will be free to guests of the resort, as well as the community.  Global Wellness Day is an annual celebration of health and well-being that takes place on the second Saturday of June each year. The day aims to raise awareness about the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle and promoting positive changes in daily habits. Global Wellness Day is celebrated in over 150 countries to help inspire people worldwide to make wellness and self-care a part of their daily lives and improve their overall quality of life. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences on social media using the hashtags #dancemagenta and #opalcollection. Reservations are required. Please call the Opal Spa at The Resort at Longboat Key Club to reserve a spot at 941-387-1587.


 
[Family Programming]  Truly Valued Bolsters Capacity through Recent Grant Funding

Truly Valued is excited to receive support that will go towards life-changing youth and family programs throughout Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto Counties. As an evolving non-profit organization, funds will be allotted for vital staff positions, essential program enhancements, and increase the reach of services and resources for community members who need it most. Truly Valued equips future leaders with the tools they need to make positive behavior changes to achieve their full potential. The organization has made it a priority to understand the significance of converting actions into measurable results that empower youth and adults in the community. Truly Valued’s I AM Academy mentoring program is offered to students on the campuses of Sarasota and Manatee County schools. “With the short period of time that you have worked with our students, they have started to show some changes and we are looking forward to having Truly Valued for the 2023-2024 school year.” Tuttle Elementary School, Home School Liaison/Staff Support. The May 2023 impact report shows that: 95% of students could identify two things they learned from the pillars of building character, confidence, education opportunities, self-esteem, and awareness; 84% of students said that they respect themselves more and are better aware of their surroundings as a result of what they’ve learned; 53% of students reported that they felt the program was inclusive, like a family, topics were relevant, and staff makes Truly Valued different from other mentoring programs; 88% of returning students have not received referrals for correction in the 2022 school year compared to 2021 school year. This expansion is made possible thanks to the support from Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation. “This opportunity has been seven years in the making. We wouldn’t have this level of transformation in our youth without the ongoing support of our partners and investors,” says Shavonne Sams, Founder and CEO. “The generosity of the Barancik Foundation is a testament of true collaboration designed for the betterment of our children, families, schools, and community. We are truly grateful and honored.” 

Pictured: Truly Valued works to empower youth and adults in the community. Photo courtesy of Truly Valued.

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[Sea Strengths Academy]  RocketKids: Guide to Private Schools - Sea Strengths Academy

SEA OF STRENGTHS ACADEMY was founded in 2009 by two experienced teachers who had a very simple goal - to serve students that were not receiving the reading help they so desperately needed in school. These bright students had often lost interest in school, and felt that they would never learn to read. With proper teaching, using Orton-Gillingham multi-sensory phonics, these students did learn to read, and gained the self confidence needed to reach their goals in school and beyond. Sea Of Strengths Academy serves students in grades 2-12 with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences. Students participate in daily Orton-Gillingham instruction, which is also infused into all subject areas. This has a multiplying effect on the reading intervention and is possible because all teachers at Sea Of Strengths Academy receive specialized training from an accredited Orton-Gillingham fellow. Students also receive daily individualized math instruction. Our program is multisensory, using plenty of manipulatives to demonstrate math concepts. Students move from the concrete to more abstract concepts, and are allowed to progress at their own pace.Other classes include writing, literature, social studies and science. We have a weekly social-emotional class and a quarterly specials rotation. Specials include acting, robotics, dance and taekwondo. Learning outside the classroom is also supported through frequent eld trips and community service opportunities. Our high school program provides students with a number of options, including dual enrollment for college credit or career preparation programs. Through a blended program students attend in-person daily and receive instructional support for their online curriculum. Students in this program also participate in small group OrtonGillingham phonics and daily individualized math instruction. We encourage you to visit our school and to learn why Sea Of Strengths Academy is the best school for students with dyslexia in the Sarasota/Bradenton area. Call today to schedule a tour!

School's Mission 

The mission of Sea Of Strengths Academy is to help students with learning differences meet their full potential in school, by providing a high-quality, research-backed, multi-sensory curriculum taught by dedicated and compassionate teachers. 

SEA OF STRENGTHS ACADEMY 7313 INTERNATIONAL PLACE | SUITE 90 LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL 34240 941-538-6822 SOSASCHOOL.COM

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[Family]  Celebrate Your Super Hero Dad for Father's Day at Mattison's

Mattison’s City Grille and Riverwalk Grille Restaurants will be open on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 18th , featuring chef inspired menus and dad approved fun! Mattison’s Forty-One is closed on Father’s Day. Mattison’s Father’s Day menus will feature a variety of chef created dishes fit for a king including all- natural, hormone and antibiotic free steaks, burgers and pork, fresh seafood choices, hearty sandwiches and delicious appetizers and desserts. There are a few menu items Dad may want to check out like the Pork Ribeye, the Niman Ranch Baby Back Ribs, Grouper Piccata, the Herb Buttered Filet Mignon or the 5-Spice Slow Cooked Brisket. Mattison’s offers a full bar so dad will have a choice of drinks to choose from including craft beer, an extensive wine list and signature cocktails. Reservations are encouraged by calling the restaurant. Mattison’s offers outside, open-air dining in fun, family friendly atmospheres. Treat Dad and the whole family to a delicious Father’s Day at Mattison’s. Reservations: City Grille, Downtown Sarasota call 941-330-0440. Riverwalk Grille, Downtown Bradenton call 941-896-9660. For more information and to view all menus visit mattisons.com. 



[Cargo]  Shopping Uplifted
Laura Paquette, laura.paquette@srqme.com

Shopping Uplifted | The Boutique @1833's Assunta Swier curates accessibility in shopping, May/June 2023. 

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[SOON]  GALLERY: Identity, Exploring the Human Condition , June 1 – August 5, Gallery hours

The 2023 exhibition season continues with Identity, Exploring the Human Condition, which highlights the diverse talents of artists from across the southeast region of the United States and will be on display in all four gallery spaces. On view from June 1-August 5, the opening reception is Thursday, June 1, 6-8 p.m. The juror is Christy Paris, an art professor and PhD candidate in the College of Education at the University of South Florida. A Juror’s Critique, with Paris, will take place on Tuesday, June 6. Art Center Sarasota is located at 707 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. For information, visit www.artsarasota.org or call 941-365-2032.

[SOON]  FOOD: Savor Sarasota , June 1 – June 14, Various times
Mark your calendars for the most delicious time of the year in Sarasota, the 18th annual Visit Sarasota County’s Savor Sarasota. Beginning Thursday, June 1st through Wednesday, June 14th, visitors and residents alike will be able to wine and dine their way around Sarasota area restaurants relishing multi-course meals. Savor Sarasota restaurant week is a two-week dining program that offers artfully crafted prix-fixe menus for both lunch and dinner. Lunch menus feature a two-course menu for $25 per person, and dinner menu features three courses for $40 per person. Many restaurants will also offer menu upgrades and wine and spirit pairings to elevate the experience. Visit https://www.visitsarasota.com/savor-sarasota/restaurants for an up-to-date restaurant list.
[SOON]  THEATER: Shear Madness , May 31 – July 16, Various times

There has been a murder in a local hair salon, and it is up to the audience to solve the crime. Everyone is a suspect when the old lady living above Shear Madness salon is mysteriously offed. Join two police officers to piece together the clues behind this strange, scissor-stabbing homicide. Chock full of up-to-the minute spontaneous humor, Shear Madness has slayed the hearts of audiences around the world. Now it is up to Sarasota audiences to outwit the suspects and catch the killer in this interactive comedy whodunit. FST Gompertz Theatre, 1265 First St.
Sarasota, floridastudiotheatre.org.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Fresh Fridays , June 2, 7-10 pm
The Downtown Improvement District Fresh Fridays organizers work to jumpstart the summer season with a festive block party full of live music, lawn games, BBQ, and more for its final event of the season. Bay Kings Band will provide live entertainment. Local downtown restaurant, Bricks Smoked Meats, will be cooking up mouthwatering BBQ. Attendees will have the chance to meet and hang out with players from the Sarasota Paradise pre-professional soccer team. Continuing in the spirit of summer, the party will have a gaggle of fun backyard lawn games. Partygoers can participate in friendly competitions of Cornhole, oversized Connect Four, and Jenga. Show up early for signature giveaways and come hungry to taste a variety of light bites and beverages from local downtown hospitality partners, including the Art Ovation Hotel and Azul Steak and Sushi Lounge. Upcoming dining destination Beso will have a specialty sangria bar for attendees to enjoy. The event will take place rain or shine back on Palm Avenue. Parking will be available at Palm Avenue and State Street parking garages. Palm Avenue, Sarasota.
[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Grand Carnival by Project Pride SRQ , June 3, 7-10pm

Project Pride SRQ will host the 2nd annual Grand Carnival, themed Diamonds are Forever on June 3rd at the Circus Arts Conservatory. This unique event will knock you off your feet, showcasing Honorary Chair Donna Koffman and Family and featuring exciting visuals by Botanica Design Studio and live performances on the main stage by Ada Vox of American Idol and Queen of the Universe plus surprises you must see to believe. The 21 and up ticketed event will feature live music, delicious lite bites from Sage, Tsunami Sushi, 1592 Wood Fire Kitchen, Florence and the Spice Boys and more local community partners. All are welcome. The Circus Arts Conservatory, 2075 Bahia Vista St., Sarasota, www.ppsrq.org.

[SOON]  SPORTS: Bradentucky Bombers vs. Gainesville Roller Rebels , June 3, 4:30pm
The Bradentucky Bombers will play their next home game of 2023 on Saturday, June 3rd against Gainesville Roller Rebels, a team out of Gainesville, Florida. We will be hosting the games on Saturday, June 3rd at Ellenton Ice and Sports Complex. For more information visit www.bradentuckybombers.com or our Eventbrite to purchase tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bradentucky-bombers-vs-gainesville-roller-derby-tickets-504874321687. Ellenton Ice and Sports Complex, 5309 29th St. E., Ellenton.
[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Comedy Lottery at Florida Studio Theatre Improv , June 3 – July 29, 7:30pm
It is the lottery where everyone wins. Twelve lucky audience members determine the fate of our team by selecting the nightly lineup of games. Our cast of funny people are off to the races spinning scenes, sketches, and songs to win your laughter. Bownes Lab, 1265 First St., Sarasota, floridastudiotheatre.org.
[SOON]  FILM: Summer Movie Nights at CoolToday Park featuring Shazam, Fury of the Gods , June 4 – July 30, 5pm
Summer movie nights are back at CoolToday Park. Shazam, Fury of the Gods will be shown on the scoreboard and will begin at 5pm each night. Children ages 3 and under will receive free admission, while tickets for ages 4-9 are only $3, and ages 10 and up are $7. Tickets are available now at the CoolToday Park box office, online at cooltodaypark.com/movies or by calling 941-413-5004. Parking is free, seats will be available in the seating bowl. No outside food or beverages are chairs are allowed inside the stadium. The Superior Pools Tomahawk Tiki Bar and Grill will be open for full dinner service. For more information on the 2023 Movie Nights, or CoolToday Park, visit www.cooltodaypark.com , email springtraining@braves.com, or call 941-413-5000.
[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Conservation Foundation Trivia Nights , June 9 – August 11, 5 to 8 p.m.

Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast is excited to announce a monthly trivia series this summer at their Bay Preserve headquarters in Osprey on June 9, July 14 and August 11. The free community events will take place from 5pm to 8pm with trivia beginning at 6pm. Each month a different food truck duo will be onsite offering a variety of tasty options the whole family can enjoy. The public is invited to come watch, play, or simply enjoy nature and food with family and friends. Each monthly event will have a different theme with a variety of questions covering categories ranging from movies and music to science and nature. Teams can have up to eight members and multi-generational teams are encouraged. The winning team for each individual monthly event will receive a prize package in recognition of their win. Points will also be accumulated across the series, with the overall winning team receiving their choice of a private, guided hike or kayak trip for up to ten people. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to sit upon for this outdoor, picnic-style gathering. In the event of rain, the trivia component will be moved to an area under cover. Learn more and RSVP at conservationfoundation.com/events. Conservation Foundation, 400 Palmetto Ave., Osprey.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Summer Circus Spectacular , June 9 – August 12, Various times

Circus fans of all ages, from near and far, can beat the heat this summer at reasonable prices while experiencing the best of the circus arts, thanks to the continued partnership of The Circus Arts Academy and The Ringling. The Summer Circus Spectacular returns this year, with exciting acts signed on for the one-hour, action-packed show. The 2023 Summer Circus Spectacular, which has become a seasonal highlight for locals, visitors, families and groups alike, takes place from June 9 through August 12. Tickets are $20 for adults, $13 for children 12 and under, and tickets for the 7 p.m. opening night performance and celebration on Friday, June 9, which includes a gala reception with the artists, are $50. To complete their circus experience, Summer Circus Spectacular patrons can enjoy access to the Circus Museum on the day they attend a show for an additional $5. Visit Ringling.org or call the Box Office at 941-360-7399 to purchase tickets and learn more. The Historic Asolo Theater at The Ringling, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Laser Light Nights at The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature , May 25 – September 2, 7pm and 9pm

Break out the big hair and acid-washed denim because Laser Light Nights are back at The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature. Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night from May 25 through September 2, we are rocking out to some of your favorite artists in the Planetarium! A variety of food options and drinks are available for purchase onsite with cash or card. Tickets are $15. The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature, 201 10th St W., Bradenton, bishopscience.org.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Sarasota Music Festival , June 5 – June 24, Various times

The Sarasota Music Festival returns for the 2023 Festival season, centering around a special theme that ties together the 12 concerts highlighting the power of storytelling through music. Student fellows, who come from top conservatories and music schools, are afforded the opportunity to perform alongside world-renowned faculty artists on Friday and Saturday evening concert programs. The three-week Festival runs from June 5 to 24 and features a schedule of 12 different concerts, as well as a wide range of masterclasses, coaching sessions, and rehearsals. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit https://www.sarasotaorchestra.org/festival.

[SOON]  DANCE: Saltare Mortis In Studio Series at Sarasota Contemporary Dance , June 9 – July 17, 7pm
At the Saltare Mortis In-Studio Series, come take a glimpse into our lives as detectives as we attempt to solve a mystery in a town where crime is next to none. Though detectives in training, we have many tools up our sleeve to help us solve the mystery. But we could use your help. Put your detective skills to the test to help us unmask the criminal. You never know what surprises we will run into along the way. Shows will run in person on June 9 and 10 and July 14 with virtual options on June 19 and July 17. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit sarasotacontemporarydance.org.
[SOON]  GALA: Bourbon and Bentleys Fundraiser , June 8, 6-8pm
JFCS of the Suncoast will host a new event, Bourbon and Bentleys, a feast for the senses as guests savor bourbon and barbecue in a downtown Sarasota luxury car showroom. During the June 8 fundraiser, guests will enjoy bourbon tastings in their free souvenir shot glass amid Bentleys, Aston Martins, McLarens and Rolls-Royces inside The Sarasota Studio, a Dimmitt Automotive Group luxury and exotic car dealership. The bourbon, provided by Dive Wine and Spirits, will be paired with appetizers from Bricks Smoked Meats. Cornerstone and Co. will sell additional beverages out of its 1939 vintage truck mobile bar, parked right inside the showroom among the other striking vehicles. Live entertainment will include up-close magic by magician Pete Michael and music by the Future Urban Zoo band, featuring vocalist Terry Tbone Rhodes. The event is for ages 21 and up. To learn more and purchase tickets, visit JFCS-Cares.org. The Sarasota Studio, a Dimmitt Automotive Group showroom, 1518 State St., Sarasota.
[SOON]  GALA: Dog Prom , June 8, 5-9pm
The Humane Society of Manatee County is proud to partner with Bayside Pet Resort for the first annual Dog Prom on Thursday, June 8 from 5-9 pm. This pet-friendly event will allow guests to dance their tails off while enjoying light food, photo opportunities, games, raffle prizes, a Bone Bar, and more. Guests will also have the chance to meet adoptable dogs from the Humane Society of Manatee County and vote on who receives the title of Prom King and Queen. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the events calendar at www.humanemanatee.org. Each $25 ticket includes general admission, light food, a wag bag filled with goodies, and two raffle tickets. Recommended dress attire is formal for both humans and dogs, so bring out your bowties and dresses for paw-some photos and a fashion show! For those who plan to bring their furry friend, updated vaccine records are required for entry. To learn more or purchase tickets, please visit www.humanemanatee.org or contact Samantha Harris, Event Coordinator, at 941-747-8808 ext. 315 or events@humanesocietymanatee.org. Dog Prom, Motorworks Brewing in Bradenton, 1014 Ninth St. West.
[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: 8 Track, The Sounds of the 70s in Concert , June 8 – June 18, Various times
Get your platform shoes out and brush up on your favorite disco moves because June 8 through 18 the 8-Track, The Sounds of 70s in Concert is coming to The Players Centre. Get ready to boogie down through 10 years of groundbreaking music. With its propulsive rhythms and dazzling harmonies, 8-Track is a fast-paced musical romp through one of the most impassioned decades of the 20th century. This concert features the music of The Emotions, The Carpenters, Labelle, Barry Manilow, Marvin Gaye, The Doobie Brothers, The Bee Gees, Helen Reddy, KC and the Sunshine Band, and more. Rediscover the heart and soul of the forgotten decade with this joyously rousing, moving, and often downright hilarious musical in concert. 3501 S. Tamiami Trail, Ste. 1130, Sarasota, theplayers.org.
[SOON]  SPORTS: Extended Orioles Spring Training , April 28 – June 3, Various times

With the Major League Baseball season now underway, the Orioles’ year-round baseball operations continue in Sarasota with Extended Spring Training. The public is invited to watch Orioles minor league players in action at the Ed Smith Stadium complex in April, May, and June. Baltimore’s farm system is currently rated as the top player development system in baseball, according to Baseball America, ESPN, and MLB Pipeline. Visit orioles.com/sarasota to learn more.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: She Engineers at the Bishop , January 24 – July 30, During museum hours

SHE ENGINEERS is a bilingual (English and Spanish) poster exhibition highlighting eight women in various engineering fields. In their own words, the women share their passion and what inspired them to become engineers. If we support a woman in STEM, then she can change the world.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Van Wezel Friday Fest featuring Kettle of Fish , June 16, 5-9pm
Friday Fest, the free, outdoor summertime concert series at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall returns this year with an exciting lineup of bands who will bring the audience to their feet! The events run from 5-9 p.m. and are located on the lawn of the Van Wezel. Opening the Friday Fest series on June 16 is returning favorite, Kettle of Fish. Kettle of Fish plays festival music that features blues, soul, and funk with the energy of rock n roll. They make old songs new again, and their originals sound like classics. Kettle of Fish is one of the hottest live acts in southwest Florida, headlining to thousands, and opening for such acts as Eddie Money, Marshall Tucker, Elvin Bishop, Dickey Betts, and many more. Bring blankets or lawn chairs, take in the music and the sunset, and enjoy food and beverage from local vendors. Bringing in food, beverages and coolers from outside Friday Fest is prohibited. For additional information, visit VanWezel.org.

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